Education and Macroeconomic Performance in Indonesia: A Comparison with Other ASEAN Economies

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This study finds that education contributes little to economic growth, but capital is a major source of growth. While factor inputs per se might not have been important for growth, they do interact with other factors to increase total productivity. Countries that are less affected by the crisis, such as Singapore and Malaysia, seem to be better equipped in capital and education, and have also survived the crisis better.

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